The State of SASE and 5 Steps to Success
More than 40% of enterprises will have strategies to adopt SASE by 2024, according to Gartner. This initiative has been hugely pushed forward due to the pandemic, with the focus now shifting to enabling people to work safely from anywhere. A Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) can improve and streamline how enterprises keep their workers, and clients’ data safe.
However, there are multiple steps for professionals to consider when implementing their SASE strategies, from inspecting their network security to understanding user behaviour. With such a high-level interest for a relatively new approach to network security, it’s time to ask questions about the longevity of SASE, whether it was deployed correctly, and what solutions it will provide in the future?
Join us to learn:
- 5 steps to succeed with SASE - How cybersecurity professionals are successfully implementing their SASE architecture
- How SASE adoption has been approached, and what these techniques mean in the long run
- The future of SASE and secure access
Alex Hilton, Chief Executive, Cloud Industry Forum
Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions, Forcepoint